DFA Public Advisory for Filipinos in the UAE

To all Filipinos in the United Arab Emirates, please be informed of this public advisory released by the Philippine Embassy in UAE regarding the recent developments. The UAE government has assured that the current situation will not affect citizens, residents, or visitors to the UAE.

For precautionary measures, the PH government assures in an announcement that they are prepared to repatriate any Filipino who may be affected by the ongoing crisis.

Note: There is no reason for us to panic, but please be informed of these precautions. It’s good that we already have this advisory from our government in place.

They have also posted the important telephone numbers and email addresses of the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi and Philippine Consulate General in Dubai and Northern Emirates to contact in case any Filipino will require assistance.

Public Advisory Phil embassy UAE Middle East crisis

Department of Foreign Affairs Public Advisory for Filipinos in the Middle East

Please check out the full Advisory below:

Public Advisory No. 01-2020
Published herewith is the general advisory issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs for the information of the Filipino community in the UAE.

“In view of recent developments, Filipinos in the Middle East are assured that the Philippine Government is prepared to repatriate any Filipino who may be affected or displaced by the ongoing crisis.

Affected Filipinos requesting repatriation or any form of assistance may contact the following:

1. For Filipinos in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, please contact the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi through the following:

ATN Numbers:
+971 50 207 9988
+971 56 970 8726
+971 50 443 8003
+971 50 207 9898

Email Address: atn.abudhabi@gmail.com
Facebook Account: https://facebook.com/PHinUAE/

2. For Filipinos in the Emirate of Dubai, Sharjah, Fujairah, Umm Al Quwain, Ajman, and Ras Al Khaimah, please contact the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai through the following:

ATN Numbers:
+971 56 501 5755
+971 56 501 5756
+971 56 417 7558

Email Addresses: pcgdxb@pcgdubai.ae, pcgdxb@gmail.com
Facebook Account: https://facebook.com/PHinDubai

Filipinos are advised to remain vigilant, exercise caution, and maintain situational awareness at all times.” [End]

Public Advisory No. 01-2020 : “In view of recent developments, Filipinos in the Middle East are assured that the Philippine Government is prepared to repatriate any Filipino who may be affected or displaced by the ongoing crisis.”


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